Dear @/all @iamareebjamal our plan is to move forward with updating Voicerepublic and running it on Debian Buster. @norbusan has successfully set up a server on Buster. Thank you :-)
The IP 126.96.36.199.
Please help to test. You need to change the following in /etc/hosts:
Ok, I see the following errors when trying to get the file:
2020/07/09 01:13:09 [error] 19442#19442: *458 upstream prematurely closed connection while reading response header from upstream, client: 188.8.131.52, server: , request: "POST /faye HTTP/1.1", upstream: "http://127.0.0.1:9292/faye", host: "voicerepublic.com:443" 2020/07/09 01:13:10 [error] 19442#19442: *461 upstream prematurely closed connection while reading response header from upstream, client: 184.108.40.206, server: , request: "GET /faye/client.js HTTP/1.1", upstream: "http://127.0.0.1:9292/faye/client.js", host: "www.voicerepublic.com"
Anyone can make something out of this?
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Yes, you can, but we dont have codeheat issues yet. We will come back to it later.
@fcartegnie thanks for the heads-up, I didn't have time to look into it till now, hopefully tonight.
Concerning the keys: @mariobehling we need to change/get new api keys, that is dangerous.
@fcartegnie fine with me not commenting in public, but please comment here at least, or in email to us!!!
Dear @/all today we received the very sad news that our dear friend @iamareebjamal has passed away. We are very disturbed by Areebs sudden death. In the last few years Areeb became like the beating heart of FOSSASIA. He kept everything running and developed all kinds of amazing services and tools. We would not be where we are today without him.
He was an amazing person and brilliant developer. I worked and communicated with Areeb nearly every day and I also had the chance to meet him in person in India. The last time we got together in Delhi when we organized the OpenTechSummit mini event in Delhi.
He loved to share his knowledge with anyone and expected even nothing in return. He was a modest and humble person. He deserved to live a long life and make his dreams come true. Areeb had big plans and we had discussed to get him to Singapore to run the FOSSASIA development from there. An amazing future was in front of him.
We will be sharing more about Areeb on our channels. Please post your thoughts and experiences with Areeb on the web and provide support to each other in these difficulties times. Be safe and healthy!
You can find out a bit more about Areeb on a video we put together here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XbFCBp-LTXc